Peoria eyes significant transportation funding source

Prop 400 planned for 2022 ballot

Posted 9/23/20

A significant funding source that has generated about $4.3 billion in tax revenues since 2006 for transportation in Peoria and throughout Maricopa County expires in 2025, so city officials are planning to ensure they get a piece of the pie if funding is renewed.

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